Deep in Oregon's Umpqua River territory, houndsman Ray Hillsman was bad news for bears, hunting them with dogs, killing hundreds, and selling their gallbaldders on the black market.
As the United States prepares to hand over the canal, Panama's wild wonders are ripe for discovery
With U.S. help, China sets up one of the world's largest national parks
In Oregon, a group of radicals communes with the Arboreal Oneness
The Chiricahua Mountains are as rugged and diverse as the Galápagos but have one big advantage: They're right here at home.
The Great Reinhold Messner unmasks his latest conquest
Can you feel it coming? Heat, hail, snow, rain. Wind, drought, flood, pain. Are you tired of waiting? Then hurry to Bangladesh, where the skies have already broken.
Parque Nacional La Muralla
Bill Haast, human pincushion, explains the pain and profit of being nailed 163 times—and counting—by his little scaly friends
From squalls to swells, being able to understand weather conditions is a basic outdoor skill that can mean the difference between life and death. Test your knowledge of the skies with our...